Manual Pocket Chainsaw
Date Published: 05/14/2014 3:17 AM (Updated: 08/16/2018 8:20 AM)
The pocket chainsaw is a string of chainsaw teeth that you use manually by wrapping around a tree and pulling back and forth with your hands, and is by far the manliest way to chop down a tree other than hacking at it with the side of your hand, or maybe chewing it down like a beaver.
The pocket chainsaw has other uses such as trimming branches high up in your tree by just throwing a rope around the branch, attaching the pocket chainsaw and pulling back and forth on both sides using long ropes.
The manual pocket chainsaw is made from high strength heat treated steel, has a coating to prevent rust, measures 28 inches in length with 124 bi-directional teeth, and can fit easily into your pants or shirt pocket.
Check out the pocket chainsaw in action via the video below.